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Virtual interoperability demo of PLAI specification set for May 2020

Security industry professionals interested in participating in this event can register online for the Virtual PLAI Experience up until May 15


April 14, 2020
By SP&T Staff
SP&T Staff

On  May 20, the PSIA will host a Virtual PLAI Experience that will demonstrate the value of its Physical Logical Access Interoperability (PLAI) specification to the market. Eight partner companies in access control and biometrics will showcase a cloud-based PLAI agent connecting five PACS systems and two biometric systems relying on a single trusted source.

The demonstration will be conducted on a webinar platform which can show not only the main PLAI dashboard with products synchronizing identity data, but also each participant’s product performing after card authentication. Each product will be in a separate location, with companies in Europe and the United States included.

“The PSIA recognized that our planned demonstration for ISC West was also ready to be shown virtually,” said David Bunzel, PSIA executive director, in a prepared statement. “We can take advantage of some of the video platforms that are rapidly becoming part of business today to demonstrate PLAI to a broad group of customers and security industry professionals. “

“We are excited to be part of the PLAI Experience as it effectively demonstrates how a SiPass integrated PACS can share identity data in a multi-PACS environment,” said Rich Reidy, security segment head, for Siemens Smart Infrastructure, in a prepared ststament. “Many of our customers prefer to be able to align to one trusted source within their security ecosystem. PLAI’s solution provides the answer to this by making a company’s security environment more robust and reliable.”

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Security industry professionals interested in participating in this event can register online for the Virtual PLAI Experience up until May 15, 2020.


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